|OHM2013: Jeroen van der Ham - Testing Mobile Netneutrality|
KPN and others are violating the Dutch Netneutrality laws. Learn how we found out and how you can help too! The Internet Society Netherlands has a working group looking at the transparency of the Internet. In this group we already looked critically at the PirateBay website blockade, and we have created an app to test the openness of your Internet connection. In this talk I describe how we further confirmed results from the app...
Keywords: OHM2013; talk; Jeroen van der Ham; mobile; network neutrality; neutrality; testing; Internet Society Netherlands; the pirate bay; pirate bay
|Leveling the Playing Field: How Does Broadband Policy Affect Musicians? - Future of Music Coalition|
Video archive of a panel at the 7th Annual Future of Music Policy Summit called "Leveling the Playing Field: How Does Broadband Policy Affect Musicians?" Recorded September 17, 2007 in Washington, DC.
Keywords: Future of Music Coalition; Future of Music Policy Summit; FMC; 2007; webcast; broadband; broadband policy; net neutrality; network neutrality; spectrum reform; telecommunications regulations
|Cape Town *Camp 2007 - Cape Town GeekDinner|
Videos from the Cape Town *Camp 2007, held at AIMS. http://wiki.geekdinner.org.za/wiki/Star_Camp/Cape_Town_2007 Talks: * Johann Botha - Issues with License Conversion wrt the ECT Act * Glen Verran - Podcast.co.za * Shaun O'Connell - Paper Prototyping * Neil Blakey-Milner - Scalable Web Applications using Open Source Software * David Robinson - Net Neutrality * Alex Halderman - eVoting * Vinny Lingham - Venture Capital * Phil Barrett - User Experience * Ian Gilfillan - Wikipedia * Tim Shier - Goo...
Keywords: *camp; starcamp; cape town; geek dinner; geekdinner; barcamp; drupal; vmd; google earth; wikipedia; user experience; ui; venture capital; vc; eVoting; e-voting; Net Neutrality; Network Neutrality; Scalability; Open Source; Web Applications; Paper Prototyping; podcast; ect; telecoms
|Jacob Appelbaum & Dmytri Kleiner - Resisting the Surveillance State and its network effects - re:publica|
Re-contextualizing our social interactions in the face of privatization of data leads us into a space of social responsibility. The impact of our permissive data sharing habits and the economic models that incentivize it is not yet fully understood. How may we ensure that we're fully informed and consenting to information released or sold about us? How may try we ensure that consent is required? How can we re-contextualize and better come to a shared understanding about transitive risks posed by...
Keywords: 2012; Berlin; re:publica; rp12; re:publica 12; Jacob Appelbaum; Dmytri Kleiner; networks; surveillance; Free Speech; Free Software; decentralized networks; privacy; distributed networks; P2P; federated networks; star networks; advertising; television; monopoly; capitalism; Facebook; Public; Private; drones; Anwar al-Aulaqi; thoughtcrime; sins of the father; Abdulrahman al-Aulaqi; Yemen; censorship; network neutrality; Tor; Tor Project; Q&A; post-privacy
|People United - October 28, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features Craig Aaron of the nonprofit advocacy group Free Press on the media, corporate influence, and the public interest. He spoke at 5604 Manor in Austin, Texas, on October 24, 2011.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; community media; Craig Aaron; Free Press; Robert McChesney; Josh Silver; media; politics; economics; business; media ownership; funding; budget; public interest; public airwaves; Federal Communications Commission; FCC; news; information; media policy; academia; academic; journalism; journalist; lawyer; lobbyist; education; organizing; issues; mobilization; change; activism; criticism; public media; independent journalism; corporate; corporation; television; radio; stations; telephone; cable; cell phone; smartphone; handheld device; wireless; internet; network neutrality; net neutrality; high-speed; broadband; low-power FM; LPFM; access; affordablity; citizenry; democracy; democracy index; civic participation; engagement; free speech; freedom of the press; Occupy DC; Occupy Wall Street; Occupy Austin; Prometheus Radio Project; National Association of Broadcasters; NAB; Ted Stevens; US Senate; US House of Representatives; US Congress; White House; George W Bush; Barack Obama; Google; Verizon; AT&T; Comcast; Meredith Baker Attwell; Reel Grrls; National Public Radio; NPR; Public Broadcasting Service; PBS; Corporation for Public Broadcasting; CPB; current events